The politics of spatiality in experimental nonfiction cinema: Jonathan Perel’s ‘Toponimia’

by Patrick Brian Smith A whole history remains to be written of spaces – which would at the same time be the history of powers – from the great strategies of geopolitics to the little [&... Read more →

A geography of resistance: Locating US underground film and TV cultures

The latest collection from David E. James[1] and Adam Hyman (filmmaker and former executive director of the Los Angeles Filmforum) offers a historical and critical representation of the emer... Read more →

Blood, sweat, and tears: Bodily inscriptions in contemporary experimental film

by Kim Knowles In history as in nature, decay is the laboratory of life. – Karl Marx[1] The contemporary works discussed in this article emerge from a wider desire in experimental film to ... Read more →

A filmic exploration by means of botanical imagery: Notes on Rose Lowder

by Enrico Camporesi I’d never been on a farm and am not even sure which are begonias, dahlias, or petunias. Plants, like algebra, have a habit of looking alike and being different, or look... Read more →